byGeorgia. General Assembly; King, T. Butler (Thomas Butler), 1800-1864; Cochran, A. E. (Arthur Erwin), 1820-1865
The report of the legislative committee is found also in Journal of the House of Representatives of the State of Georgia ... annual session of the General Assembly ... 1862, p. 142-144 Topic: Industries
"Whereas the legislation of Virginia has now under consideration a bill enrolling as militia, and for draft, all the volunteers now in service ... we, the undersigned, volunteers now in the field, beg leave to protest against the passage of so unjust ... a law:" p. 3 Topic: Virginia. Militia
byProtestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America. Diocese of Virginia. Diocesan Missionary Society; Protestant Episcopal Church in the Confederate States of America. Book of common prayer
Mainly from the "Book of common prayer" Topic: Armed Forces
"Extracted, arranged, and published by General G.T. Beauregard, C.S.A., for the use of general officers in the Department of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida." Topics: Military art and science, Tactics
The greater part of this edition was destroyed by fire at the capture of Richmond in 1865. A new edition with author's name on t.-p. was published in New York, 1866, under title "In vinculis; or The prisoner of war."